2017-04-21 (7 Days Old)
An American jailed in Egypt is back in the U.S. after an intervention by the Trump administration. Aid worker Aya Hijazi was held in an Egyptian prison for more than three years on charges of assault, torture and trafficking. Human rights groups called those claims unfounded. Margaret Brennan reports.
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